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presidents, thomas jefferson, abraham lincoln, you already mentioned and woodrow wilson. let's do them in chronological order. let's start with jefferson. he it a extreme president? >> guest: a model president. how they are they were evaluated before they became president. if everyone had the ability to influence whether or not they would get the job, knew everything about them. then the people have a ability to recognize the person is not what we want or the person is what we want. and they pick jefferson. if you look at jefferson's career, he had been governor of virginia, ambassador of france, secretary of state, vice president of the united states, member of the congress. author of the decoration of independence. it's one of the few people in english history have been evaluated or inspected as closely as thomas jefferson was before he became president of the united states. people were looking at him and saying this is the guy we want. this is the person who should be president. >> host: the opponent said this isn't the guy we want. it was a close election. >> guest: it was. it was
in the west we just call it being neighborly. ain't the way roger wilson feels. he acts like he's feuding with me. he wants to buy my ranch and he don't take kindly to my refusing to sell. i wonder if roger could have started that fire? i wouldn't put it past him. come on bullet. ♪ sure is mighty nice of you folks to do this. i'll take that from you ms. dale. okay. how did the fire start cliff? i don't rightly know roy. might have been caused by some kind of fermenting in the corn, like the fire we had when grand pappy's still blew up. cause might just be the piece of misfortune that been hounding me lately. let's hope your luck gets better from now on cliff. i thank you kindly. could be cousin ziegel help break the spell. he's on his way from kentucky to stay with me. best shot in the harlan county ziek is. him and sudy may can bark a squirrel of hundred yard. who is sudy may? sudy may's zek's old squirrel gun. hank bout showing me the store house? maybe i can figure out what caused the fire? pleasure you sir, i'll be glad to. look after him dale. alright roy. ♪ ♪ ♪
princeton university's graduate college. princeton's president, a starchy presbyterian named woodrow wilson, wanted the graduate college located on the main campus. wilson's adversary wanted the graduate college located where it now is. woodrow wilson was a man of unbending temperament when he was certain he was right, which was almost always. he took his defeat about the graduate college badly. he resigned the presidency, went into politics. [laughter] i simplify somewhat and exaggerate a bit. i do so to make a point, however. to date and for the past century, since woodrow wilson was elected the nation's president 100 years ago, american politics has been a struggle to determine which best understood what american politics should be. should we practice the politics of woodrow wilson? or the politics of james madison? what has this to do with our topic today, the role of something ancient, religion, in something very modern, american politics? the crux of the difference between the approaches to politics is the concept of natural rights. as i draw for you my picture of the rivalry, i recal
? >> councilmember wong: i like to dominate idell wilson. nominate. (correction) nominate (laughter) >> i would really say, i would be honored. i would like to third, for wendy to have a second year. >> chair: you are declining the nomination? are there any further nominations? seeing none, okay, this is where we have to reserve the public comment. we have a motion on the floor. we have a second. do we have any public comment? check the bridge line, not working. seeing none, we have ballots passing around. >> (off mic) >> chair: all in favor for the re-election of co-chair james, for a second year, say aye, a raise your right hand. >> aye. >> chair: by unanimous vote, co-chair has been reelected for a second year. do you wish to give a speech? >> i will continue to learn. by mail. so you can continue to teach me, and tap my arm, when i'm doing something wrong. i'm sure carla and joanna and everyone else will keep me in-line. >> i can still tune into you guys. i happened to tune in to a meeting, a committee meeting a couple of weeks ago and i called in beforehand. i had a feed in to your comm
: councilmember wilson? >> councilmember wilson: is that four years? two. >> i would like to make a motion to adopt it. >> i will second the. >> chair: co-chair james/ ? okay. we had two questions. i have a question. we have not had a motion to approve is yet or a second. did we? who made a motion to approve? co-chair james, councilmember supanich. now we are open for discussion and public comment. have a question about the intent of the proposed amendment. i am suspecting the intent by the author is to encourage and engage more councilmember leadership opportunities. what would happen if that were not the result? let's hope that would not be the case if that comes into approval. maybe that option, discussion? councilmember wilson? >> i do not understand what you just said. i do not understand it. if no one wants if n o one wa ntsto step up? >> chair: let me make an attempt to clarify. from my experience in the past, attempting to promote more leadership opportunities for colleagues, i've noticed that a lot of times it is tough to initiate that the person who proposes a leadership
in the year, seemed to piece it all back together and a change for the seahawks now. >> al: wilson is done for the night and matt flynn will finish it up here. he will take us to the finish line. flynn who was signed to that big contract and looked to the world that he would be the man. russell wilson just simply flat out won the job and has been the starter since the opener. >> cris: yeah, and he won it because of game altering plays. his gap plays, as russell wilson likes to call these things, and he has been sensational with them tonight. he had one turnover on a big play, but third down conversions, 11 of 12. red zone, 4 for 4. and that's a rookie. >> al: turnover on a tipped pass. in seven games in this stadium this season, he has thrown two interceptions. >> cris: he's something now. >> al: oh, yeah. >> cris: it was funny talking to pete about him. he said people warned me when i met him at the senior bowl, he goes, now, you know, be careful because you'll think he is one of those artists, you know, that can kind of trick you and fool y you, but he has lived up to it on an everyday b
response. almost a half a century has passed since the now ex- klansman elwin wilson hit you at a lunch counter in a south carolina bus station. after years of regret, elwin finally apologized to you in 2009. he has spoken out against bigotry and intolerance. i want to go to a clip of him speaking on the oprah winfrey show about what happened the day he attacked you. oprah winfrey: were you a member of the ku klux klan? elwin wilson: oh, yeah. oprah winfrey: you were. elwin wilson: mm-hmm. oprah winfrey: was he the only person you beat up that day? elwin wilson: no. oprah winfrey: no. elwin wilson: after he was beat and bloody and all, he- policeman came up and asked him, said, "do you all want to take out a warrant?" oprah winfrey: press charges. elwin wilson: right. oprah winfrey: yeah. elwin wilson: make charge. he said, "no." said, "we're not here to cause trouble." amy goodman: that was elwin apologizing to you, the ex- klansman. describe what he did to you during the freedom rides, and tell us what they were. rep. john lewis: on may 9th, 1961, my seat mate, a young white gentleman
viewers like you. thank you. tavis: what a pleasure it is to welcome mary wilson to this program. it has been 50 years since she and the other supremes came together. a new commemoratives publication is out. mary wilson, we will get to a but a little walk around -- down memory lane. love away,ow our baby ♪ o love ♪n the name ♪ before you break my heart, think it over ♪ way lifeions of the used to be ♪ ♪ in you i put all my faith and trust ♪ ♪ someday we'll be together ♪ go?by. where did our love you want me no more ♪ >> i love watching those. tavis: we were talking about they hear styles and the clothes. there was an exhibit that opens in january. >> at the african-american museum in philadelphia. tavis: are we going to see some of this on display? >> one of the evidence i was telling you was burned up in mexico city. -- of its i was telling you about was bird apply in mexico city. one was stolen. the ones i have been on exhibit. they have been on exhibit for eight years on the -- and the rock-and-roll hall of fame museum has carried them. they have been all around th
of regents voted to renew his contract, weeks after voting not to. >> president wilson was diplomatic when i inquired about what led up to this controversy and why it suddenly ended in his favor, instead of pointing the finger at his critics, he took the high road. surely after the vote, dr. david wilson told us he is honored more as the university's board of regents minya their confidence in him and by extending his contract to june 2014. the decision comes a few weeks after the board decided to oust him as the president. >> a situation he blames himself for. >> the bucket stopped in the president's office. whatever transpired here, i will be the first one to raise my hand and say i don't it. >> he promises to improve relations and communications between his office and board members. >> i will make sure the board is involved in the decisions we make. >> when the board voted to not renew his contract earlier this month, many on campus and in the committee stage rallies to show support. >> faculty have never been more inspired, motivated, and filled with hope. >> many supporters packed the bo
tie would mean giants rookie david wilson on the kickoff return, lots of room up the middle for the virginia tech rookie, best move he makes. wilson goes the distance, 97 yards for the touchdown, giants would not trail again. game tied 7-7. 3rd quarter now 28-13, manning one of his four touchdown passes, perfectly delivered to hakeem nicks, 25- yard strikes. giants roll over the saints to improve 8-5. next up a road date against the falcons. >>> an emotional game for the cowboys playing the bengals a day after the death of teammate jerry brown. we start the highlights in the 4th quarter, cowboys trail 19- 10. tony romo steps up and hits a streaking dez bryant on a slant, a 27-yard score. dallas cuts the deficit to two points. final seconds dan bryant, sets up from 40 yards out and calmly nails the game winning field goal as time expires. cowboys rally to edge the bengals 20-19. dallas like the redskins 7-6 a game behind the nfc east leading giants. >>> the bucs with the 2002 reunion of their super bowl team prior to todays game with the philadelphia eagles, four minutes to
. out here in the west we just call it being neighborly. ain't the way roger wilson feels. he acts like he's feuding with me. he wants to buy my ranch and he don't take kindly to my refusing to sell. i wonder if roger could have started that fire? i wouldn't put it past him. come on bullet. ♪ sure is mighty nice of you folks to do this. i'll take that from you ms. dale. okay. how did the fire start cliff? i don't rightly know roy. might have been caused by some kind of fermenting in the corn, like the fire we had when grand pappy's still blew up. cause might just be the piece of misfortune that been hounding me lately. let's hope your luck gets better from now on cliff. i thank you kindly. could be cousin ziegel help break the spell. he's on his way from kentucky to stay with me. best shot in the harlan county ziek is. him and sudy may can bark a squirrel of hundred yard. who is sudy may? sudy may's zek's old squirrel gun. hank bout showing me the store house? maybe i can figure out what caused the fire? pleasure you sir, i'll be glad to. look after him dale. alright roy.
university's graduate college. princeton's president, a starchy presbyterian named woodrow wilson, wanted the graduate college located on the main campus. wilson's adversary won and the graduate college located where it now is -- wanted the graduate college located where it now is. woodrow wilson was a man of unbending temperament when he was certain he was right, which was almost always. he took his defeat about the graduate college badly. he resigned the presidency, went into politics. [laughter] i simplify somewhat and exaggerate a bit. i do so to make a point, however. to date and for the past century, since woodrow wilson was elected the nation's president 100 years ago, american politics has been a struggle to determine which best understood what american politics should be. should we practice the politics of woodrow wilson? or the politics of james madison? what has this to do with our topic today, the role of something ancient, religion, in something very modern, american politics? the crux of the difference between the approaches to politics is the concept of natural rights. as i
in another uniform. brian wilson is now a free agent. the giants did not offer him a contract by the 9:00 p.m. deadline. they didn't want to be on the hook for a minimum of $6.8 million for a guy who may not be able to pitch. it is possible wilson could still resign with the giants structuring an incentive laden deal with a lower salary. it doesn't sound loik wilson wants to go for that. we'll see what offers he gets. and nobody is safe. derrick jeter was mocked in a new york post photo as derrick eater. he is coming back from ankle surming reand in a walking boot, so he put on a little weight. you put on a few pounds and you get crushed. welcome to new york. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. i want to offer this up because first of all con grat layingses -- congratulations are you a stanford alum. >> it has been in the sports department for years. >> but it is the sport that counts, and it has been pointed out that sandhya and i accidentally wore the devil's color -- i mean ucla colors tonight. that was a mistake. congratulations to you and the cardinals. >> that was a fanta
. >> right. brian wilson's 7 year run in >> san francisco will more than likely be coming to an end at 9pm tonight when the injured closer officially becomes a free agent. sources say the giants aren't prepared to tender wilson a contract before the 9pm deadline because they would have to pay him a minimum salary of $6.8 million. rumors are that the eccentric wilson, who is recovering from his 2nd tommy john surgery, would like to play in la with the dodgers >> good night, everybody.
>> thank you. >> >> before the next speaker i will call out a few more karls. >> wilson, miller, alicia rubin aver and cavera and perez and buller. >> thanks. >> hello, my name is gary and i am from the san francisco drug users union and my comment is going to be short and sweet. this argument over non-lethal tasers and non-lethal protection for the officers and up against the mentally ill and challenged, has been going on for years. tasers are as lethal as any gun, a gun is just as non-lethal as a tase and her if you spent half of the money that you have spent on conversation, debates ps, surveys and documentation and a little meetings like this, back into the mental health facility and the hospitals and the non-the homeless shelters and get these people off the street, these officers are going to have not have half of the problems that is where the money should be going instead of the ridiculous conversations. thank you. >> thank you, next speaker please? >> good morning, thank you for having this hearing today. >> my name is jeremy miller i am with the stelli foundation and t
reality of coworker reform. alan wilson joins us and tells us why they should be cheering you right to work lou: michele obama saying that voter suppression was in full force. in so many states around the country. the first lady, however citing a specific, and it prompted judicial watch president to issue the following statement. this is obama's accusations about minority votes. it shows a dangerous disregard for the truth. we are aware of no evidence of voter suppression. by the way, we have not heard from the justice department one thing at all, mr. eric holder's historthat we certainly would have if there had been any incidents of voter suppression. our next guest defenses state's top voter id law. saying that it is a paramount issue of importance that we protect the electoral process and ensure that voter fraud is eliminated. joining us now is alan wilson, attorney general of south carolina. great to have you with us. what is your reaction to what the first lady hado sy? >> obviously, i disagree with the first lady. in every state i have looked back, more specifically georgette
. fresh off a patriots last week ran in to a three-headed monster in quarterback russell wilson threw four touchdowns, running back marshawn lynch defense kept colin from ever getting going. the seattle seahawks clinched a spot in the nfc wilson's touchdowns put him cal's lynch added 111 yards rushing and a 24-yard td run sherman returned a block interception for the kaepernick and the 49ers noise echoing around for a miserable 49th birthday for 49ers coach jim harbaugh. congress sunday on reaching talks resume to try and the megayacht that steve after a payment disputethe venus, a $137.5 million, 260-foot-long yacht, made october. it's currently stuck in the port of amsterdam after the designer, philippe starck agency to attempt to remit the final payment for his design. according to lawyers at starck's design company, the designer has only received 6 million of the 9-million- euro commission and is payment before the venus will be released. as santa prepares to make his big journey. kids and adults all over the world can track his progress onbut that's not the only place people can go to
a difference for millions of people. happening see it at side of the wilson building. ready for. is getting inauguration. >> call tonight, clouds are moving in. we will have that for you coming up. i look down at the national christmas tree. with gordon peterson, maureen meteorologist at kill in sports.nt this is abc 7 news at 6:00, on your side. diplomats are working with a median in an effort to try end the civil war in syria as states is raising n president may be using theical weapons against rebels. is concernedetta in damascus.hem the streets of cairo are, a night of protest people dead. was the worst violence began two weeks ago. demanding that president morsi rescind decreased in which he gave him to near absolute power. he says his government will have a dialogue started on saturday. >> chris christie spent the day capitol hill to pressure for reliefn the need assistance. thejersey was one of the superstar.m it is asking for $37 billion in aid and he is the second governor to come to washington to ask. andrew cuomo was in town on monday. >> metro is preparing for a huge inauguratio
this month, the morgan state board of regents voted to oust its president, dr. david wilson. >> after weeks of outcry, the board met to hear testimony from the public and decided to extend his contract by one more year. the announcement came down within the last 30 minutes after a more than four hour meeting. dr. wilson's contract will be extended until june 2014. at this point, the action of not renewing his action still stands as of december 4th. >> it is hard for me to love any entity more than i love morgan state university. >> that was morgan state president dr. david wilson in mid december at eight campus rally days after learning the board of regents would be letting his contract expired in june 2013. the vote was tied, 8-7. -- the vote was tight. they are now reconvening to hear from the public to make sure they made the right decision. toi think it's a bad idea fire the president's in the middle of a school year. it's one of those things where people are really telling us what has happened. >> alumni, state, and others packed the courtroom and cameras were not allowed to witness th
at an exceptional level. wilson? you talk about all the pressure you unleashed romo. >> we had some outside blitz's and some inside the .... zes.lit you have to get to good timing. maybe we got him to throw a than heit earlier wanted to. >> the offense has grown. sometimes the defense was a undervalued. what the think about their growth? you do not win without playing great defense. you win as a team. , they played at a very high level. ok? thank you. >> that was mike shanahan, the head coach of the washington redskins, moments after the team won 28-18. >> they're having to the for the first time since 1999. a look at this. >> what the federal government thisit is not what makes unique, but how does, it does. did buys, it does. especially if you or any it t of the market. the competition is fierce and acquisition process can be complex. bookecently published provide this valuable insight to anyone, their level of experience. takes a look at the federal market from several perspectives. theefines the size of market, the appropriation who makes the buying decisions. it even has a section on the rul
's president, woodrow wilson, want to be graduate college located on the main campus. so under graduates and graduate students could mingle. wilson's adversary, dean andrew fleming west, wanted it located where it now is -- a few blocks from the main campus. woodrow wilson was a man of serious temperament when he was certain he was right. which was almost always. he took his defeat about the graduate college badly. he went into politics and ruins the 20th century. -- ruined the 20th century. i exaggerate a bit. i do so to make a point. today, and for the past century , american politics has been a struggle to determine which of two princetonians best understood what american politics should be. should we practice the politics of woodrow wilson, of princeton's class of 1879? or the teachings of james madison. what has this to do with our topic today? role of something ancient, religion, in something very modern, the american politician. the crux of the difference between the madisonian and the will sony and approach to politics -- wilsonian approach to politics is the following. as i dr
university's graduate college. princeton's president, a starchy presbyterian named woodrow wilson, up wanted the graduate college located on the main campus. one and theersary graduate college located where it now is -- wanted the graduate college located where it now is. woodrow wilson was a man of unbending temperament when he was certain he was right, which was almost always. he took his defeat about the graduate college badly. he resigned the presidency, went into politics. [laughter] i simplify somewhat and exaggerate a bit. i do so to make a point, however. to date and for the past century, since woodrow wilson was elected the nation's president 100 years ago, american politics has been a struggle to determine which best understood what american politics should be. should we practice the politics of woodrow wilson? or the politics of james madison? what has this to do with our topic today, the role of something ancient, religion, in something very modern, american politics? the crux of the difference between the approaches to politics is the concept of natural rights. as i draw for you
. brian wilson is a free agent. the giants failed to offer a contract before the deadline. they could still sign the bearded relief pitcher, but he is free to sign with any other team as well. >> more on the storm coverage. the rain expected to be relentless this weekend. flooded roads and freeways around the bay area. several inches of rain and a couple of trees and more to come. we have live team coverage tonight. stephanie trong is in palo alto and people who survived the flood are worried again tonight. let's go to jeff ranieri with what's happening right now. >> a lot of rain in northern california. it's not just here in the bay area, but a good section of california. you can see on the estimated rainfall over the past 24 hours is covered in this dark green. that's at least three inches of rainfall. a lot of the river basins can't take any more. it's not just here, but again all the way up to the north of the rivers drained throughout redding, red bluff and chico and down into the bay area. everything is getting close. let's look at the maximum rainfall totals. in the north bay o
. a team-high 19. they take this won 78-68, the final. >>> bryan wilson, officially becoming a free agent as of today. giants didn't offer the former all-star closer a contract. they elected to nontender wilson. that allows him to now test the open market. i'm hearing maybe dodger blue might be after him. boy, that would be funny to see the beard on the mound for the los angeles dodgers. that will do it from stanford stadium. cardinals, on the way to the rose bowl. [ laughing ] >> we got the seal of approval. we'll be right back. ♪ aids is not going to take my baby. ♪ aids will not take our future. ♪ our weapons are testing... education, care and support. ♪ and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ williams. be safe this weekend. >>> the weekend is upon us. >> stay dry! ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city in the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight...
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go to usf. a team-high 19. they take this won 78-68, the final. >>> bryan wilson, officially becoming a free agent as of today. giants didn't offer the former all-star closer a contract. they elected to nontender wilson. that allows him to now test the open market. i'm hearing maybe dodger blue might be after him. boy, that would be funny to see the beard on the mound for the los angeles dodgers. that will do it from stanford stadium. cardinals, on the way to the rose bowl. [ laughing ] >> we got the seal ,,,,,,,,,,,, williams. be safe this weekend. >>> the weekend is upon us. >> stay dry! 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade.
, because, i don't know, essentially we are all family. >> thank you, next speaker, please? >> joe, wilson with the hospitality house. i think that it is very important discussion that we are having today because ultimately it is an appeal to our collective humanity. and certainly, i can appreciate the difficulty that the police force faces in engaging this discussion, but i think that it is imperative for the command staff really to lead the department, down the road, toward that appeal to collective humanity. i think that the gist of the crisis intervention team is to try different things. it is to try a different approach. so that officers don't see themselves as enforcers, but engagers. that when we talk about having another tool in our tool kit, well, a sledge hammer is a tool. but the heart is also a tool. and for people in crisis, what they need is an appeal to the heart and our humanity and for officers to feel that the officers that it is their responsibility to do the harder thing and the easy thing is to react and reach for a tool when you are actually ignoring the tool that you
wilson wanted long's chal toe part oit. >> we know that we're not going to completely debunk american consumerism. but we do encourage great participation by just placing before our people dozens and dozens of opportunities for giving. >> many of those opportunities were represented at the alternative market in the fellowship hall. families like the gayers could buy fair trade coffee and chocolate to benefit united methodist relief efforts. or, they could give a donation in someone's honor to build wells in africa. at one table, members of a church missions team sold purses made by a woman they met who runs an orphanage and scho in kenya. >> it's really neat when people come over here and buy them. and they can give them as gifts. so, you know this is going all the way to help some kid, maybe have lunch, or breakfast or get an education. >> eleven-year-old jarek and his ten-year-old brother clay both bought necklaces from a mission that works in africa. >> it's a win-win for everybody because i really like this necklace, but the money goes to more >> a good cause. >> yeah. >> the gay
-- it did not seem likely. david wilson and former virginia tech stand out -- i will let you watch and he will do the rest. he got it up to three. look at him go -- 97 yards for the touchdown. tis the game up. fourth quarter wilson takes the pitch, goes out to the left side takes it 52 yards. 18 record, 327 all-purpose yards, the giants win. >> the n.c.a.a. championship between georgetown and indiana. he is able to put it away. indiana wins the national title. the seattle seahawks set a record for points today, beating the arizona cardinals 58-0. so it was klaus. [laughter] >> heading to a ugli sweater party? an entire view in his house full of colorful and fastest letters -- he got the idea about not being able to find just the right one last year. he has sold 25 sweaters on his website, which has only been in business for a week. >> there a [ female announcer ] for those who lovsweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples. that's a given. you need safeway sugar for just $1.97. and that
, the next he's back in. the roller coaster ride for morgan state university's president david wilson appears to be over. yesterday the board voted to renew his contract. george lettuce has more. >> david wilson told us he is honored morgan state board of regents renewed his confidence by extending his contract to june 2014. friday's decision comes just a few weeks after the board voted to oust him as president, a situation he blames himself for. >> i'm the president of the institution. and so, as president, the buck stops in the president's office. and so certainly whatever transpired here, i'll be the first one to raise my hand to say i own it. >> he promises to improve relations and communication between his office and board members. >> i'll make sure the board is involved and the decisions that we make at the institution in terms of the direction we take. >> when the board originally voted to not renew his contract early this month, many staged rallies to show support for wilson. >> faculty has never been more inspired, motivated and filled with hope. >> many of those supporters packed th
, noth going on. traffic is moving at speed. light volume. no problems at the wilson bridge, leg again bridge and into m, 27 -- into maryland, 270. everyone is still asleep. expect to get some cameras by the shopping malls later on today. i promise you that. we will keep a look on it for you. that's a look at your fox 5 on- time traffic. >> into the end zone is joshua morgan. the redskins lead for the first time. >> they would lead for the rest of the time. they beat the eagles 27-20. alfred morris pounded from the ground. robert griffin threw for two scores. they can clinch the nfc east with a win over the cowboys. fans managed to get in some last minute christmas shopping. >>> karen gray houston spent sunday shopping where many redskins fans were on a high. >> reporter: mostly shoppers were here to shop. but on game day redskins fans don't want to miss out on the action. >> my wife and i are big rg3 fans. they held on. nice big sense of relief when that intentional grounding call came. >> the game is over. >> reporter: at american grill, a 27-20 win over the eagles was like going to
. brian wilson is now a free agent. the giants did not offer him a contract by the 9:00 p.m. deadline. they didn't want to be on the hook for a minimum of $6.8 million for a guy who may not be able to pitch. it is possible wilson could still resign with the giants structuring an incentive laden deal with a lower salary. it doesn't sound loik wilson wants to go for that. we'll see what offers he gets. and nobody is saderrick jeter wa derrick jeter was mocked in a new york post photo as derrick eater. he is coming back from ankle surming reand in a walking boot, so he put on a little weight. you put on a few pounds and you get crushed. welcome to new york. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. i want to offer this up because first of all con grat layingses -- congratulations are you a stanford alum. >> it has been in the sports department for years. >> but it is the sport that counts, and it has been pointed out that sandhya and i accidentally wore the devil's color -- i mean ucla colors tonight. that was a mistake. congratulations to you and the cardinals. >> that was a fant
with them? >> similar issues. issue number is immigration. this goes back to 1994. pete wilson aired an ad when he ran for governor here and said they keep coming. latinos still talk about how offensive that is. he is known as a name that we can't say on basic cable. >> let's look at that ad pete wilson. >> they keep coming, 2 million illegal immigrants in california. the federal government requires us to pay billions to take care of it. governor pete wilson sent the national guard to help the border patrol. >> so he won that election. it's 18 years ago not 30 years ago, and he won. but the way we look at immigration now is so completely different, and it's why the republicans lost. so how do they turn it into the pro dream act party in california? >> they can start talking about the issue in a more humane way, and not be so mean-spirited about it. if they soften the rhetoric, but they also have to change the policy, and there are some small groups in the los angeles area, starting to get elected to local offices. they are looking 20 years down the road to try to rebu
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reality of coworker reform. alan wilson joins us and tells us why they should be cheering us why they should be cheering you right to work man: constant tingling in my toes. woman: i had double vision. woman: ty said, "you have multiple sclerosis." man: i kind of had to get a grasp on reality. man: i had to adapt and change very rapidly. woman: i had to learn how to drive with my hands -- yeah, that was interesting. man: a symptom may cause you not to be able to do that anymore, and at one point, i was able to do any of those. man: since've been cycling, it's defitely helped my walking. woman: it's a fantastic opportunity to be working together with a common goal of curing ms, and sharing is the key. lou: michele obama saying that voter suppression was in full force. in so many states around the country. the first lady, however citing a specific, and it prompted judicial watch president to issue the following statement. this is obama's accusations about minority votes. it shows a dangerous disregard for the truth. we are aware of no evidence of voter suppression. by the way, we h
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